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Feed the World

Mises DailyApril 21, 2008
Make fuel from corn, by all means, if the free market signals that this the most pressing need and, hence, the most lucrative use for the crop.

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Feeding at the Trough

Mises DailySeptember 25, 2001
While not quite Keynesian pyramids or payments to farmers to plow up their surplus crops, this is still, sadly, yet another New Deal in the making.

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Biting The Hand That Feeds You: Google Tax Edition

BlogOctober 2, 2005

Google under scrutiny, Officials say it's dodging taxes by building on federal land:

"Any for-profit entity of (Google's) magnitude using land owned by the people should not...

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New Article Feed

BlogMarch 28, 2005
If you like the look of this: you can put this on your own site. It changes with each daily upload. See Mises.org Feeds. A ticker is also available.

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New Comment Feed

BlogNovember 11, 2004
By popular demand, Mises.org offers a new comment feed, to go with its article and blog feed. Update: media and...

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Live Media Feed at the ASSC

BlogNovember 5, 2004
Today begins the Austrian Student Scholars Conference, and we are pleased to say that a live feed will be available for the first talk by Guido Hülsmann, from 7:00-8:00pm, today, EST, and also on Saturday, Joe Salerno will speak, from 7:00-8:00pm, EST. The...

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Mises.org RSS Feed

BlogOctober 10, 2003

 Following many requests, Mises.org now offers an RSS Feed to the blog and daily articles. This allows individuals to access content via a...

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Feed the World

BlogFebruary 2, 2004
As the Free Trade controversy continues to reverberate, it is ironic, too, that UK First Citizen Antoine RobespiBlaire's new megalomaniacal bonne idee is to 'remove Africa from poverty' by making sure aid programmes are (...

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Where is the Austerity?

Audio/VideoMarch 4, 2014
Interviewed by Emil Franzi on AM 1030 KVOI in Tuscon, Mark Thornton explains why President Obama and Congress should do what is best for the economy, instead of enriching themselves and those who feed at the public trough.

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Photos from AERC This Morning

BlogMarch 20, 2014
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Keep Up With the Week's Events on the Blog, Twitter, and Instagram

BlogJuly 18, 2014
We'll be regularly updating you on upcoming talks and events all week during Mises University beginning Sunday evening. See here for the free live video feeds, and the Twitter feed,...

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How Abolishing the Fed Would Change Everything (for the better)

Audio/VideoNovember 4, 2008
Recorded at the Mises Institute Supporters Summit, 1 November 2008; Auburn, Alabama. Includes a brief introduction by Mark Thornton. ***NOTE: Beginning at the 1:11 mark, there are technical difficulties with the video feed. The audio, however, is complete and unaffected.

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The Sad State of the Economics Profession

Mises DailyApril 17, 2014
Economists today have sold themselves to the enemy. To succeed they have to toe the line, and they don’t bite the hand that feeds them...

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Bureaucracy p. 91

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Every dictator plans to rear, raise, feed, and train his fellow men as the breeder does his cattle. His aim is not to make the people happy but to bring them into a condition which renders him, the dictator, happy. He wants to domesticate them, to give them cattle status. The cattle breeder also is...

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Austrian Scholars Conference

Austrian Scholars Conference 8

Event

March 16, 2002Auburn, Alabama

Pre-Conference Discussion on New Books Thomas DiLorenzo (Loyola College): The Real Lincoln: a New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and Unnecessary War (Prima Publishing, 2002) Roger Garrison (Auburn University) : Time and Money:...

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Are We On the Edge of the Economic Abyss?

East Coast Regional Mises Circle 2015

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May 14, 2015Stamford, Connecticut

Are We On the Edge of the Economic Abyss? Join James Grant, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Lew Rockwell, Jeff Deist and more. Registration for this one-day event is $95 per person and includes lunch. For VIP reserved table for ten ($2,500),...

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What Does the Mises Institute Do?

BlogNovember 26, 2014

In his recent interview, Jeff Deist nicely sums up what the Mises Institute does and what it aspires to continue doing.

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Another Economist's Anti-Economics

BlogJune 24, 2014

Ha-Joon Chang, development economist at Cambridge University, has published a new book: Economics: The User’s Guide. The Huffington Post publishes...

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Sound Money Seminar 2015

Sound Money: A One Day High School and College Seminar

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April 10, 2015Mises Institute

Speakers: Mark Thornton, Joe Salerno, Dan Sanchez, and Jonathan Newman. Attendance is open to homeschool, public, or private high school students and their chaperones or teachers, and college students. Through the generosity of one of our...

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The Trouble with Prosperity: An Interview with James Grant

Journals
Volume 16, Number 4 (Winter 1996) An Interview with James Grant, editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer AEN : Your argument about business cycles in The Trouble with Prosperity rests heavily on the work of the Austrian economist Wilhelm Röpke instead of the more well-known Austrians. GRANT :...

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